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Aug 21, 2013 7:00pm EDT
, the governor of texas, george w. bush, and al gore the vice president, and i believe this was at st. louis. chair and cochairman of the debate commission talked about debates in terms of the perception it gives potential voters, how those voters perceive the candidates through television. here is what he had to say. very important, because there is one thing i have learned, having now done 26 of these, is that the american people want to like the president. and i have a theory. i have talked to mike about this. the television lens is very interesting. some people can go right through that lens like butter. people like ronald reagan. people like bill clinton, president obama. other candidates hit the lens, and they bounce off. they cannot get through. for some reason, they have trouble communicating. leader,re going to be a you have to be able to communicate create you have to be able to get through the lens, so i think doing a series of different formats televising them, a lot of people do this on the radio. a lot of people are listening or streaming, whatever they may do, but i think the
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